Rums of the Caribbean

Pina colada's sweet origin

It's as quintessential to the Caribbean as the sun and the sea. And it’s traveled well beyond the islands to places like Alaska and even the Orient. But the roots of this simple but sweetly sublime imbibe began in Old San Juan Puerto Rico.

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How to make a Cruzan Rum mojito

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Blended, shaken and stirred

No two are the same- bartenders or drinks. Cocktails in the Caribbean are more creative than ever. And the new 'bar chefs' have more passion for their profession. Click for more.

Saborea Puerto Rico!

Latin and New Caribbean cuisine, fine wines, spirits and the rums of Puerto Rico are showcased during Saborea Puerto Rico, the island’s extraordinary culinary extravaganza. Click for more.

No ho hum rum here

Rum aficionados are not as well known as wine connoisseurs. But it appears they’re just as outspoken. This is good news for St. Croix’s native Cruzan Rum. Click for more.

Pina colada's sweet birth in Old San Juan

It's as quintessential to the Caribbean as the sun and the sea. And it’s traveled well beyond the islands to places like Alaska and even the Orient. But the roots of this simple but sweetly sublime imbibe began in Old San Juan Puerto Rico. Click for more.

Puerto Rico's holiday nog

Coquito, a drink as delightful and festive as it sounds, is a Christmas holiday staple in Puerto Rico. Ingredients vary according to family traditions and tastes. Click for more.

St.Maarten's sweetest export

Guavaberry has long been the legendary liqueur of Saint Maarten, where residents have made it for hundreds of years. The exotic elixir has a spicy, bitter-sweet flavor. Click for more.